SIN DEALER Completes Work On New CD
SIN DEALER, the band featuring members of SEA OF GREEN, SONS OF OTIS, EDWIN and PLASMA BLAST, has finished recording all the remaining vocal and guitar tracks for its follow-up to 2004's "13" at Q Music and was engineered by Andrew St. George (THE WHO, KILLER DWARFS, IAN ASTBURY) and Gary Honess (I MOTHER EARTH, BURNING THE DAY, JEFF MARTIN). The band has also settled on "Going Down" as the title of their new full-length CD. Frontman Eric Kuthe comments, "'Going Down' has a lot of different meanings and we'll leave that up to the demented minds of our fans. We just felt that it was the perfect title to sum up the overall vibe and feel of the new CD. We can't wait to unleash these new songs on the world."
SIN DEALER recorded 10 new songs in total. Songtitles include "Going Down", "Betrayal", "Got Into You", "Gasoline", "Devils War", "One Foot In The Grave", "Lying To Myself", "Magic Woman", "Pretty Lies" and a cover of AC/DC's "Walk All Over You". "Going Down" is scheduled for a May release. A rough-mix version of "Betrayal" can be heard on the band's MySpace page.
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